The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00447
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00447
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The: Hay building, recently acquired Examinations for the postmastership -
te FIRST INTER-CITY I by the Clewiston Home Building For, -at LaBelle will be held on Nov- WITH
association is being remodeled into ember 10th, it has been announcedIn

an apartment house. The upstairs Gov't CulvertsB. Lakeland by Congressman J. Mar-
GOLF MATCH 2312Clewiston Is being remodeled into 14 small un- din Peterson of the frist district. GAMES WEDNESDAY"Kiwanis

furnished apartments and the north There are several applications for
four stores of the building will be the LaBelle office and
post the -
C. Thomas Of JacksonvilleIs
was host Sunday after- made into three and four room will be made largely upon Field", Clewiston's new-
noon to 27 golfers from Fort Myers apartments. W. C. Owen representing Low Bidder On Four Mr. Peterson's recommendations. est addition to the' realm of sport,
who defeated a representation from the home building association, Drainage Culverts was dedicated Wednesday night with
the local club by 23 to 12 in the said all the rooms except one are .a double header diamond ball game

first of a series of intercity'golf tented or spoken for. Contract for the construction of SOUTH BAY TEACHER between the United States Sugar
matches. The second of the series is six drainage' culverts in the South Corporation and Kiwanis Club teams.
scheduled for the. Fort Myers course and West Okeechobee region was and between 'the Clewiston Motor

Nov. 12 when a return match will be 13 CARS ARE SOLD awarded by the'' federal government INJURED IN WRECKMiss .company and the United States. En-
gineers teams.Appropriate.
_ ; played.At Monday, it was announced by the

an informal gathering at the Jacksonville office of the' War de ceremonies, featuringan
Clewiston Inn after the matches HERE THIS WEEKThirteen partment. Contract was given theB. Vivian Shepard South Bay address by C. P. Hammerstein

plans were proposed to return the C. Thomas Co. of Jacksonvilleat school teacher, received severe cuts past president of the Kiwanis ClubI
match with the City of Palms Golfers a figure of 2 a,000. and injuries in an :automobile accident of Hollywood preceeded the games.

and to begin an inter-city match proved to be a lucky The original plans called for the Tuesday evening en route to I Mr. Hammerstein, in his speech de-
with West Palm Beach. Later an invitation number to automobile companies in construction of ten culverts but Clewiston to attend the Hallowe'en dicated the field to "good fellowship -
will be extended the Fort this territory this week. That num- four, located on the East 'shore of dance at the Clwiston Inn. Miss and good sportsmanship" carry-

Myers club, and West Palm Beach, to ber of new cars was delivered The Lake Okeechobee were deferred until Shephard was accompanied by Eric I ing out the ideals of Kiwanis. The
hold an inter-city match on the Clewiston Motor company, Chevrolet a later date. Scarcity of funds is Hartline, who was driving the car speaker also Introduced the team
Clewiston course. dealer, delivered one sedan; two given as the reason for the postpone- at the time of the accident. captains and managers; all playerson

To most of the visitors the match coupes and seven "pick-up" trucksto ment. I Miss Shepard returned to Belle the six teams were In uniformand
'I gave them their first view of the the U. S. Sugar corporation the The culverts are grouped into three Glade for medical treatment. She during the dedication stood in
first of the week. The ,LaBelle Motor diamond formation the
groups serving, three district drain- on brilliantly
tricky Clewiston course, which madea was badly cut about the face and her
favorable impression on the Forts company through R. L. Murray, I age areas. The first group which injuries, although most painful, are lighted field, forming an imposing
Myers players. Joe Sanberg; veteran salesman delivered a new Ford will be served by culverts number 5 not considered critical. ..spectacle. '

niblic weilder and putting sensation coupe to Gratton George, a two door and 5-A is located at Nicodemus Miss Shepard, who posseses a love- The teams, and officials who were
sedan to Glen Etherton, and a new Slough, near Lakeport on the West introduced : .
from Fort Myers, the team captain, ly voice, was scheduled to sing: dur- were
in commenting on the Clewiston two door to Ed Butler, late last side of the lake. These culverts 'will ing a floor show at the dance which Fire Department-Ed Butler, cap-

course said, "The Clewiston courseis I''week. have two openings of eight by ten was a P. T. A. benefit. She has many tain and manager.

a well conditioned nine, studded The Chevrolet dealer was unableto feet each. friends here to whom the accidentis I United States Sugar Corporation l -
with enough natural ha'zards andy purchase all trucks from the state Culvert number one will be locatedat most regrettable and who wish Sidney Crochet, captain and mana
water holes to discourage some of distributor and was forced to go the mouth of Diston Island drain-' for her a speedy recovery. ger.
the boys who are afflicted with a about the state buying from indivi- age canal between Moore Haven and
slice." Other players, ,including NatG. dual dealers. Clewiston; and a culvert at, the United States Engineers-Grover
C. Poole, manager; M. P. Peterson,
Walker Fort Myers architect, mouth of Sugarland drainage district Fort Flyers Legion captain.
president of the Fort Myers Golf canal near Clewiston will com- .
,club, were high In, their praise of the Hallowe'en Dance plete drainage facilities for this area. Invites Local Post To s 1U vanis--Earl Fontaine, captain;

local lay-out. No's., 3 and ,4 A, located at Bare Dave Alston, manager.

Lloyd Sparrow, pro, and J. H. Har- P.-T. A. Benefit Beach and -at ,the mouth of the South Armistice ProgramMembers High ,School-M. G. }.ang ord: ,

rinton, played the feature match of Florida Conservancy. district canal, ,manager;, Hugh_ Moore, captain! ,
the day' against Terry Dolson, Fort Is Big SuccessA will provide adequate protection., to Clewjston Motor Company-W. TV
: of the Clewiston Post of '
lands In this farming area. Hooks '
: Myers pro, and Coley Westbrook, manager.
ranking amateur gathered three floor-of According to governmentcustom; I' American Legion and other citizensof
crowded dancers enjoyed -' Unpir inchl.etWilliam Hotfks,
contractor begino'rk within Clewiston are urged, by the Fort
points for Clewiston. F. D. Duff and the Hallowe'en dance given as a the ; Umpire, Gayle McFadden.
Emmett Shelley triedfor, points with benefit at the Clewiston Inn Hallow ten days after receiving formal Myers Legion Post to join in!an ,Arm- ',"Kiwanis Diamond, Ball,Commission'

W. Duckstad 'and Dr. 'W. ,J. White, 'en by the Clewiston'Parent'Teach-: notification. ----a-- --- .+ot.. -contract............... :'acceptance.':' ..,.. FE istice Day- celebration to bestagedjn_ r--"H: A-Bestor,, Dave-Alston, 'i4. W.
Myers uirder-ausplces o fthe Posts
(who played for Fott..Myerr.-.A. :s Ag 'b mt p: Bigg, Tom Shelley, "Earl Fontaine.
of several neighboring cities.
Hackett and M. P. Peterson lost The Inn was appropriately decor- Tax Collector Kiwanis Club won: the; flsrt game
three points to ,Frank Stout and ated wit orange and black and with County The Fort Myers buddies a're plan- ever played on its new field, with a
Hugh Mauck. E.' R. Fontaine and all the traditional ,Hallowe'en em- ning a gala event, which has becomean score; of' 22; the U. S. S. Corpora-,
Here This WeekFrank
W. C. o'wen. who were paired against blems. Excellent music was furnished : annual affair in the Lee county tion team scoring 11. The first run

It. Carroll Swinney and Jim Roberts, by Bill ,Doherty's orchestra from capital. There will be a parade at |made on the diamond was by: L. C.

added two points to Clewiston's West Palm Beach. The orchestra, a A. Dougherty, Hendry ten thirty o'clock, in the morning, In I jRosenburg, and the first home run

'. score. Joe Sanberg and J. C. McDo- popular one in this section, gener-I County tax collector, spent TuesdayIn which several, posts will participate I Iwas by Bob Mitchell, both members'lof
well took three' points from Tom ously' donated its services for the Clewiston collecting occupational Following this will be a ceremony at [ the United States Sugar Corporation -
the band shell, with Senator Park ..
Shelly')and H. R. Hall. Father Bren- evening. is team.
license taxes. Mr .Dougherty recently -
nen and?Dan Lessey defeated Father The) Parent-Teachers Association I in receipt of. a letter from Trammel the chief speaker. I The first game began rather slowly -

Finnegan and H. A. Bestor by three .cleared approximately ,seventy five Governor Sholtz which says in part. Among other notables who will be whether due to stage fright of

points. Dave Alston and E. E. Kelly dollars on the dance. "Is my opinion it is unfair competition -I present will be Congressman J.- Har- players 'or not was undertermined.
annexed three points from Dr. C. M.. and entirely contrary to the din Peterson of Lakeland who will !'After the first inning playing beganto
Joyce and Bob Hardman. Chas Lov- spirit of the NRA code for firms or also 'make a short address and will pick up and the teams tightened
vorn and Jimmy ) Harrington lost Relief Cases At individuals not paying their license present, the Legion medals which ',down ,to a good variety of diamondball.
f three points to Nat G. Walker and taxes to transact business in competition have become an annual custom with It' was during the third inning

Walt Draughn. Belle Glade Are with others who have paid this the Fort Myers Post. that Kiwanis staged a hitting spree

Bayard Chambererlain and Bud Wils- tax. I do ,not believe that anyone Is and succeeded in knocking Pete
shire defeated A. F. Gallant and Being InvestigatedInvestigation honestly entitled to post in their Wilson ,who was pitching' for the
Keith Hartsfield. Fred Hill and L. O. place of business a banner saying, Army Engineers U. S. Corporation, out of the box.

Vinson dropped three to Dr. C. J. "We do our part unless they have During this inning Maurice Lang-
Zimmerman and Dick McConnell. h charges that I done their duty by the state in pay- Survey Routes ,For I ford, Earl Fontaine and Jim Beards-
Goodman and Ed Butler were bested recipients of federal relief jobs and ing their license tax. ley all scored home runs. The remainder -

for three points by L. E. Singletonand money were refusing to work at "You are herby directed to. invoke Cross-State Canal'I of this game and the game that
Donnie Taylor. Troy Puryear and ether labor in the Belle Glade area followed showed well-matched teams.
power of your office to en-
are being investigated-this week by Clewiston Motor company de-
{ Bill Prewitt dropped three to Frank
collection of these taxes
force the
The long cherished hope for a cross
Prather and Frank Cramer. Lt. N. L. representatives of state relief head- feated the United States Engineers
under to give
and plans are way state canal is step nearer realization -
ship a
quarters. Complaint has been filed by a narrow' margin -
1: Hemenway and Lt. Fields lost to those who I'in the second game
with the state office by Dr. W. J. suitable recognition to pay" as army engineers have. been j'I of one run; the score being 17
Mark Fletcher and Herman'Hastings. and to penalize those who do not.
to determine -
Buck of Belle Glade. ordered to make a survey 'to: 16.
Mrs. F. D. Duff and Mrs. W. M. Mr. Dougherty expressed his satisfaction : the feasibility of the project. equal
Both Governor Sholtz and State All teams had enjoyed op-
Redelsheimer scored three points for Relief director Marcus Fagg are em- at the payment of license ,'Two routes, cutting from 500 to SOO portunities for practice, the field

Clewiston by downing Mrs. Frank phatic that the situation cannot con- ,taxes in this county. miles off the the Atlantic seaboardto having been open for practice for
Gulf coast water route, will be
'\f Prather and Mrs. Carroll Swinney in continue, if the charges are proven. | about ten days.
FOUND considered. One of these goes via i Field is an object of, par-
the only' ladies match of the day. The state offices have instructed all FOUR NEGROES Kiwanis
Folkston Georgia,
county units to refuse relief to applicants SLAIN NEAR ARCADIA St. Mary's river, ticular pride to all Clewiston resid-
r Jasper, Florida and enters the gulf considered the second
SHOW TREADWAY'S who have declined regular ents as
INQUIRES at the mouth of the Aucilla rher. field in the state, the
employment. Governor Sholtz has best lighted
SALARY COMPARATIVELY LOW I Arcadia, Nov 1-The bulletmarkIed and
i The other is via the St. Johns it being that of
stated that all relief activities in the only field surpassing
bodies of four negroes, three wo- Florida south of the
!'I.Belle Glade area will be stopped ifi I II would cross the Florida Light and Power com
Tallahassee, Nov 3-C. B. Tread- men and a man were 'found in a other route which lies partly in i
necessary to clear up the situation I II pany in Miami. .
Chairman of the State Road Department !I palmetto thicket five.miles east of South Georgia.
way ,and that should the same situationbe I Regular games will be played
; and Chairman of the Flor- found in other parts of the state I here by two cow riders today. The The project as now planned, would Tuesday and Friday evenings, following -
Ida Public Works Commission, draws'' position of the bodies indicated thev and would provide rgameswhich -
:the same method of combatting It $150,000,000 the schedule fo
.a combined salary not to exceed the Trill b. employed. I II had been thrown from a car that employment for several thousandmen II was announced by the Diamond Ball

amount paid some county officials, I I There is plenty of seasonal em- ,bad been run into the thicket froma for six years. An alternate plan Commission in last week's News.
', it has been revealed in an official ployment the area now, due to the county road. rails for the construction of a barge
r check-up. I extensive us of laborers in harvestIng -I The negroes were identfied as canal fo cost' about $50,000, in case CARPENTERS WILL NOT AFFI-
4 For his services as Chairman of the bean crops. Jack Johnson, his sister, Lessie May, the public works administrationfinds LIATE WIITH lI1AlGROUP
w the Road Department Mr. Treadway I Therese Morgan and Jessie Straw- the other too expensive.The .
L Ms, paid $4800 annually. In his capa- !.GOVERNOR PRESENTS PLAN man. They had been missing since making of the survey Is not Local carpenters through their
-.i ."city as Chairman of the Public Works I FOR REFORESTATIONOF Saturday morning, Sheriff Joe Hampton expected to require much time, and secretary, George Caldwell, have
Commission he receives $10 per day STATE LAND said. if the canal is included in the public stated their intention of remaining a
with $5 daily allowed for subsistence. I The sheriff said the negroes had works administration's program It is separat egroup and have declinedto
In receiving his pay for his federal Tallahassee, Nov. (FNSGovernor not been seen since they left the possible that work will begin on it affiliate with the "Independent
Job Mr. Treadway is paid only for: Sholtz and cabinet members who 'home of a physician who treated a at an early date. Carpenters association" a Miami or-
the actual days employed. Last are, the state internal improvement laceration suffered by one of the President Roosevelt was interest d I I ganizatlon whose representatives
month the total paid him by/the fed- I fVnd trustees, presented a plan to'''women. in an automobile accident In in the project and it was discussed I were instrumental in the organlza-
eral government was $110.A federal officials in Washington for :[:I which a car they had rented froma with him a few days ago by Senator,tion of the local group at a meeting
report was circulated in some the ultimate reforestation of two' white man was wrecked George of Georgia and others. held last week.
sections of Florida I million | The Clewiston carpenters plan a
recently to the acres of cut-over idle lands
effect that the combined salaries re- In this state. I I Lt.. John T. Remagen of Pensa-. Lieutentant Richardson Selee of local organization, according to Mr. L
ceived by Mr. Treadway from the I A recent survey made for the Jacksonville arrived in Clewiston Caldwell, who was secretary of the
s Mate and U. S. Government amount I trustees showed 8 000,000 acres of!I eola warrant officer in the CoastGuard Wednesday and is located here with meeting last week, and believe their
to $600 per week. Such an erroneous eat-over land, of which 6,000,000 I j' arrived' here Tuesday to be .the U. S. Engineers. Lieutenant interests will be best served by remaining -
_, payment: would make his total paycheck acres of a suitable type for 'assigned\ to the U. S. Engineer office I I Solee Is accompanied by his wife and I a local group with no out-

r more than $31,000 annually. l (Continued on page refores-I([[here daughter. side connections.

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The Clewiston News unfoapNOVEMBER. cbool small them dissension, they determined and disputationwith that
Published every Friday' in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO I Paul and Barnabas, and certain

Florida by the CLEWISTON NE'\ S, / RUSSELL KAY others of them, should go up to Jer-
Inc. CLASSI FY Icon usalem unto the apostles and elders
I about this question."

When the committee reached Jeru-
Entered as second class matter And while the columnists and par- the other. They'll be here for .five 5, 1933. salem "they were received of the

February 1, 1927 Floridaunder, at the Post the Officeat Act agraphers are havin' a lot of fun days at least and con sid erin' the I church, and the apostles and elders,

Clewiston, kiddin' Governor Dave about gallopin' fact that most of 'em are In the ha- SUBJECT: Paul in Jerusalem. and they declared all things that

of March 3, 1897.A hither and yon and somebody pre- bit of eatin' regular, it means some- GOLDEN TEXT: "Where the God had done with them." But some

sented him with a medal bearin' the body is gonna sell a lot of victuals. Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty." of the Pharisess insisted that in order -

newspaper devoted to the best bust of the Patron Saint of Trave- Then they ought to be able to put 2 Cor. 3: 17.LESSON to be saved it was necessary for

Interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's lers, we'll have to admit that as a away at least two bottles of beer a TEXT:'Acts. 15: 1, 2, 22- Gentiles to keep the law of Moses_' .

leading newspaper. travelin' salesman, Dave has been day, or say a couple of million bot- 21. and the customs of the Jewish 5

doin' pretty well when it comes to tles during the convention. With the TIME AND PLACE OF LESSON: Church.A .

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 gettin' the name on the order blank. gas tax and beverage tax alone, we I About A. D. 50; Antioch and Jeru- general discussion by membersof
Every time he goes to Washington can count on a sweet little revenue I salem. the church followed. Peter re-

Outside of State of Florida.m.$2.50Business he comes home with another big slab for the state, and that shouldn't exactly I One can scarcely appreciate at told how the Gentiles, Cornelius and

of bacon. We sure have to give the make anybody sore. this distance the magnitude of the his household, had accepted Christ

Office, Clewiston News, boy credit. Don't get the idea it's The American Legion Conventionin crisis which faced the early churchat and received the Holy Spirit and

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and easy to do, it isn't. He's got plentyof Florida will bring this state nationwide -, the time of our lesson. It arose salvation. Paul and Barnabas told

Advertising, same. competition. You'll find delega- publicity, not only durin' through the large increase in Gen- of their travels and how many

tions from every state in the union the convention period: but, throughout tile converts, which brought, to the :Greeks, Romans and other Gentiles

standin' in line waitin for a hand the entire year. Legionaires from front the question as to whether I had been converted and accepted

This week's best: An eastern man out, and most of 'em have been therea Maine to California will be urged to they must keep the Jewish law in or- Christ, and became members of

shot his daughter's sweetheart. Said I long time. But Dave seems to know visit the state. They'll be thinkin' der to be Christians. Some years be- Churches established by these apos -

he didn't mind having the boob sit I all the tricks when it comes to slip- and talkin' Florida from now on. fore this Cornelius and those with tles. Certain Pharisees objected to

up with her every night till dawn, I,Din' in and out of the private offices Thousands of 'em will be makin' him had received the Holy Spirit permitting these Gentiles!: .'coming into -
but the guy walked off with the and gettin' to the important guys. and had been baptised without being the Christian Church, except they
their first trip to our They '
morning paper.-Winter Haven Her- Dave walks in with a smile and a will get sand in their shoes and, wantto circumcized. Paul and Barnabas had first became Jews by observing the

aM. hand shake and comes out with more likewise received large numbers of Mosiac Laws. After these discussions'
return. The lure and enchantmentof
than most guys could get with a Gentiles into the church on their mis- James, the brother of Christ and
.leave homeis wavin' palms, mocking ,
One reason why men dark lantern and a jimmy. While the sionary journey. Further, at Antioch chief Elder of the Church at Jerusa-
emerald waters balmy breezes and a -
Man who
told by a New York rest of the pack are swarmin' all there had been numerous accessionsof lem, arose and reviewed the testimony. -
hundred other charms will act as a
follows This is to certify
vertises :
as over Capitol Hill yellin' "Where'sElmer" Gentile .
converts and
this con-
that I told that I had to leave magnet to bring 'em back again and
was the guy they're all lookin' dition stirred up controversy.The ,"Then pleased it the apostles and '
followed again.So !If
bed and board, which was
my for is hid out somewhere havin' a lesson says: "And certain elders, with the whole church, to _f'
by a hame bone which caughtme while the rest of you folks can ,
private conference with the_ Governorof men which came down from Judea send chosen men of their own com- '- 1
the right ear; furthermore kid the Governor about bein'.on the ;
on Florida who's tellin' him how taught the brethren, and said, Except pany to Antioch with Paul and Bar i
I'll not be responsible for any bill road so much, considerin' the results I Ihe's
much and where to send the check. ye be Circumcised after the mannerof nabas: namely, Judas surnamed Bar-, li
that my wife, Lillian, contracts.- been gettin' I'm content to sit "
About the bigest trick Dave has Moses cannot be chief
ye saved. When i-abas, and Silas, men among
Ex. pulled since he' took office -wasbreakin' back and sing "Travel on," little therefore Paul and Barnabas had no I I (Continued on page 4) }
In on the American Legion dougie, travel on, travel on.

Maybe we shouldn't advertise a Convention in Chicago and talkin' *

competitor but Jim Farley hasn't so those babies into staging their next And while Jim Farley is a nice boy
far done a bloody thing about the pow-wow in Florida.If and we like him and all that, we

practice of printing envelopes at you think bringin 'two or three wish he would drop in an see this I

give-away prices, selling a box of hundred thousand live ,wires to the guy General Johnson and find out "

them at less than the wholesale price state don't mean anything, you just about the NRA and the code of fair Blame it on NRA.
for 10,000, and then franking the never sat down with a pencil and competition. He's still printin' andsellin' ,

product to the ultimate user at the paper and practiced your arithmetic.The envelopes at give-away' pricesin

expense of the postoffice department. minimum they will sPend on direct competition with printersand Or what you will '::

We've heard full enough about the an average while they are here is publishers who are expected to :-'., I

deficits "second class" has been accused about five bucks a day and that's operate under the "Blue Eagle".

of causing., If they charge for puttin' it plenty low. A flock of 'em Then he ships thesecut-throats'- .-

the freight on their printed stuff will come in their cars and buy gaso- lopes under the "franking" privilegeto But indication toward ;_
points j
they could drop Several shekels into deficit. every ,
line from one end of the state to help swell the postal

the box.-Leesburg Commercial.Phil HigHer Prices on paper costs and higher :,'' ,

Barney is so presumptuous as that much load from a care-worn Watches Clocks, Jewelry ':.,

to disagree with the great and mind. Jewelry Repairing prices for printed matter of all kinds. See :,. ;

mighty Arthur Brisbane. Brisbane referred Thousands of men, young and old,

to that English woman who are. footloose and weary and this W. H. MERRITT what you will need and phone 339: \': :

had five children in three years- vast army of emigrants has been WATCHMAKER & JEWELER *?." ,.,; :
must have been triplets and twins; or greatly increased during the depres- i

two sets of twins and a single one- sion. The government is caring for Rear or

and says "she ought to have a pension large numbers in civilian camps and Clewiston Drug. Company Estimates Gladly Given. No Obligation t l

." But Phil rises to say "she plans to accommodate more of the CLEWISTON FLORIDA

ought to have a divorce.." We sorta transients, but these will not include .
P.O. Box 521 -
agree with Phil this time.-Winter hordes that exist in cities or walkti

Haven Chief.Whenever. e roads. "We Are HereTo Stay" '

"Oh, where is my wandering boy THE CLEWISTON\ NEWS
tonight?" is an old song that applies '
feel blue or discour- <
we think of Walt Disney's even more truly today than in the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :
aged, we just '
!past. Vagrants they may be to the
Little Pigs" and the lilting ,I
j authorities, but they're "Sonny" to For Engraved '
strains of "Who's Afraid of ,the Big I
some mother.Miami Herald.
Bad Wolf?" and then the world

far and we have the Christmas Cardsand ."*******1****" "'INNNNNNHNNNNNNN NNN'
seems courage to brighter go merrily, on; feeling TEX COMMANDMENTS: : ..:..*....*...*......*...*...*.----"r-..:...:..:....:...:...:...:..:....:...:...:...:...:......:...:...:...:.............................................:.........:.

that there's plenty of sunshine and .. ....
joy ahead. Many thanks, Mr. Disney Tallahassee, Oct. 26-George W. y XX? AA

and the Hon. Mickey Mouse. You Davis State Conservation, Commis- Personal StationerySee AA

Lave given millions the happiest mo- sioner, is stressing the adoption of I::::: Speculation U J
the laughing over the ''
ments of year the "Ten Commandments" for' good 'P'
and .i..V. !.,. .:..:. ,
little ,
antics of the three pigs sportsmen, recently adopted by na- : : < .
dat ole dabbil wolf.-Winter Haven tional game authorities.The .11: Is : :: '
.11. Exciting fi.
Chief. commandments are as fol- Representing'' yy itxx .

lows: Wallace Brown New York .yy.... ....y.
Highlands County has the largest 1-Take your birds in'a sports- : AA.s.
in jail and .Y... 1:.' ...:.
bootleggers ;
number of
manlike way and avoid excesses. . . ................ ........:....... : ,.
voted for repeal by one of the small- 2-Select birds and refrain :NNNN,1 NINN:N: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :::: but aren't safety of principal and assured :::: "

est majorities in the state. Puttingtwo your : return more important right now? f:. '
from destructive flock shooting. i ++

and two together should prove 3-Never shoot at birds on the ...............................................................................................h.. If you are ready for' real profit without :tt:
something, but we h'aven't got timeto water, unless they are badly crippled. ,: +; any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .:.+

figure it out.-Starke Telegraph.You 4-Retrieve down birds and .t.it. people are these days), you'll be interested .i..t.
don't know the half of it. Se- your :it: In the Building and ,Loan plan. It has ::::::
avoid all possible waste. 11it
bring was the largest city in the stateto Good FarmLand been going along serenely for many years ++
vote dry and we are informed 5-Do not patronize commercial x:::.x: now, paying its patrons consistently high 'i'i,,. :

that our bootleggers import all their shooting stands where abuse are .._itti...:.. '"' returns, without doing any tricks with :_N.: i
their ++
wares from another county and han- practiced. money. ....
6-If XXyy_ : .:..:.
feed birds
for regular you during the
dle two grades-One +.:. As a matter of fact, there have been fewer ++
and grade 'for season, continue it as long as food is .
customers a poorer xx actual losses under this plan than under 'i '2
transients and for the sheriff to use beneficial. :_::: any other financial plan in the world. That ::::::
as evidence.-Sebring News. 7-Do your part to restore breed- for Rent covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. .;.+
ing grounds and maintain refuges Z = .:..:.
_ "SONNY"There 8.-Be a sportsman. Even the late, unlamented depression, .:..;.
9-=Obey the law and insist that which left many other established finan-
others do likewise. ::::: cial institutions in such bad order, failed :'i ii:;:
has been a pitful response .... XXi to hurt the reputation of the Building +4
to the announcement that an unknown 10-Swat the crow and other pre- and Loan. .:........
man jumped to his death be- dators that prey on game. AA

neath a railroad train in New York AA AA

the, other day. Before he died his Teacher-"Give a sentence con- TrespassersWill AA

only identity that he would give taining defense, defeat and detail." .rs.XXxx We Can Help You to ..s.:..t.::..
that his mother called him"Sonny" Be AA
was Bright BoyWhen yy
a dog goes .... Own Your Own Home .:...s.yy .
: :
de fense
over de feet goes over be- AAyy
Since men scores of letters have fore de tall. ProsecutedThe ,.A
been received by the undertaker in :?,: -

Rockville Center, N. Y., by The As- I I i ijili
The Financial World relays from Clewiston Home
sociated Press and other agencies I the Wall Street sector: I :
asking for further information. That
An Irish truck driver and helper
tells the story of the wandering or
wayward youth of the country, lads were making delivery on Wall Street.At II IIyy

and mothers men worry in and far wait.corners, ''while" ner Broad at a fast Street clip he and rounded missed a the ropedoff cor-- jili Building Association ( !j j.Administration

excavation only by inches. His AA
designated their boys as ....
:Many J...:.
helper shouted to him: : :
"Sonny," and each of these wonderif "Didn't you see that sign hanging ClewistonCompany :::::: Building .: :
the dead man may be their lost ; ..
discovery and yet on the rope around that hole, read- ......
dreading the : :
one .
Ing, 'Slow Down Men .:.
at Work.
: :
hoping they will missing know the"Sonny"truth. to It "Don't be childish retorted the :::::: FI ori d.:;:::
behooves every
Irishman. "Pay no attention to those
write his mother and assure her that

he is still with the living, lifting signs., "That's only Republican propa- . . . . II II...........................................-..................................NN. .NN. ..............1NNNHNNN. . ..
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rare bones. These remains were dug worthwhile specimens near Moore

L Personal MentionMr. I IUJ)(Qjwn): : &1LP .4T tract up Moore by, dredges which Haven to extends on Fisheating the Spadaro from creek near con-, Haven.publish The Democrat Mr. Gunter's hopes report shortly on the to

and were reported to Mr. Gunter's specimens which he found here.
and Mrs. Fred Hill spent Saturday :
office by B. E. Reed, government inspector -
evening in Miami. '
: BO.A.TINd on this on tract.
I Considerable interest has been Genius and Wit
Mrs. E. L. Stewart visited friendsin
Moore Haven yesterday. shown previously in remains found Men of humor are in some ,tiegret }
men of genius; wits are rarely eo, 4-
-- on the south shore of the lake by
though a man or genIus may among$
R. L. Murry of LaBelle was hero A Column of Timely Boating Information workers on the levee project, but other gifts possess wit-Samuel Taj:

''::'b on""" ,business Monday afternoon this is the first reported find, .of any lot: Coleridge.

f_}":(:?, Dir and Mrs. George A. Yon of Dy eeralct tailor -wliite -'-

South Bay were visiting friends in Editor' l..fflhitflWmrRTv *
Clewiston Wednesday'evening '

Who will answer free of charge any questions sent to this newspaper To the ladies
Frank A. Dougherty, tax collec- regarding the upkeep or operation of any type of boat. :

tor, of LaBelle, was here ,on business -
Tuesday. From week to week we add many items to our .,.
The most interesting news that which the incoming charge of gaso- line of pleasing merchandise for your selection. We appreciate '

Mis. Gayle McFadden, who had bas swept over the boating world in line vapor is shot into the cylinder your patronage and the suggestions you give us ',

been in Jacksonville for the past few months ,is the challeage for the under pressure. The result is an ad- as to what cosmetics, novelties, etc., you like. ,r u I:,
weeks, returned to her home here America's Cup that has just been issued ditional amount of vapor and like- '

last Thursday. by T. O. M. Sopwith, British wise an additional force to the ex : ,', low we announce' ;,,:
I sportsman. Perhaps the recent chal- plosion. On the other hand super- '" -

Mrs. G. B. McDuffie and Mrs. M. lenge is the more interesting thatit chargers are tricky things, some of .I cARMAND'S: ., ;: ;
H. Crouch and Joan Crouch were comes for the first time in the the pumps revolve 500 times a second

visitors in West Palm Beach Mon- memory of most of us, from a yachts and are apt to cause as much cosmetics .
day. man other than Sir Thomas Lipton. trouble as all the rest of the ma-
Lipton was the per ennial chal- chinery combined. They will add to "As a worthy addition to our stock. You will find an Ar-

W. C. Rutland, of Leesburg, Ga., lenger. We looked forward for his the cost reduce the reliability but mand product to suit your desire.
arrived last Thursday for a' visitof 'defls just as we looked forward to his increase the speed. Will the addi-

several weeks here with his son visits. Sir Thomas tried hard and he tional miles an hour be worth the .. Clewiston Drug Co. '

Joe, and other relatives. tried valiantly but he was always gamble? ,

handicapped in that he knew but lit- Phone 345
!JiK ;Wm. Prentiss is another new ad- tle of the intricacies of yacht design- .

.r4 Ilion of the U. S. Engineers in ing building, and the equally im. STATE GEOLOGISTSFIND ,
Clewiston, having been transferred portant problems of yacht tuningupand
to the sub-office here from destroyer handling. Lipton was a yacht

duty in New York: City. Mr. Prentiss, owner, and thus a yachtsman. Sop RARE FOSSIL ..,.:..............i"i..tt"i"i"i..i..i..i..i..&................................................... _..,._.... .. ........................1'.J. ..
with his wife and two children are with is also a yacht owner but he is .s. :
making their home temporarily in more than that for, in a very few .. t
Moore Haven.REDUCED years of experience, he has picked up I REMAINS HEREFrom .s..s.
the: knack of yacht handling. Lipton .s.

RAIL- RATES had to rely upon paid advisors. Sop- :: School Days Are

1JCPECTED: TO BENEFIT with, like ,our own Harold Vander- .
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR bilt will rely to some extent upon State( Moore Haven Democrat) :.t:: Play Days
Geologist Herman Gunter
professional skill but he :will be able
and an assistant, Mr.. Wessendick of ..
to: check that work against his own
Tampa, Nov 3 (FNS-The lowest 'Tallahassee spent a few days here ..s..s..
Ideas. ..
railroad rates'in the history of the .s..s.
recently examining some fossil remains ..s..s..
South Florida Fair, were announced By the very nature of things Sop- ..s..s..
which have been discovered by
this week by General Manager P. T. with stands the best chance in years excavations on the Lake Okeechobeelevee :.s.s: Your children. play more and work
Strlcder who stated that railroadsin of annexing the trophy. He is a work. ..

the southeastern division, includ- young man with yputh's ,ability, to of .*= more while going to school. They need
Among the finds were bits ver-
learn and to While the Nic-
ing 13 states will allow a rate of'two'cents .s. ."
a mile Other divisions, includ- lolson-designed yacht he will bring tebrae seven from inches some in diameter prehistoric, undoubtedly :f; good wholesome food to supply the

ing the central and western are expected over may not be extremely radical I ..
to swing in line, which :will there is,reason to believe that it will :I monster; numerous teeth which '
:s: needed to do their best work. ; ;
permit thousands to visit Florida not be as conventional as the majority range from 2 to 3 inches across the .. energy
narrow way and six and, more inches
of the Shamrocks. .s.
and attend the fair from all sectionsof
long; a petrified deer antler of un- ..
the country The last success defender Harold .. .
The Porta Rica: exhibit, now on Vanderbilt's Enterprise, was conven- I usually large proportions, and other f There is no better food than.
display at the Century of, Progress in tional to the layman but to the ,expert -

Chicago has been booked for the she was a mass of second saving ((..:..:((..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..: .s.y
South Florida Fair and an effort, is gadjets. How: much the sail handlingand 0

being made to bring a large portion trimming machinery in her saved ::: Grade "A" Raw Milk
l in seconds mile is something that
J r jjhe Florida exhibit from Chicago per SPECIALChop ..s.
"Tampa. no one, not even Vanderbilt, ,can ..t.s.
\' The midway attractions at the state with, exactness. But it Is agreed ..s..s..
coming fair will be provided by the that there was a saving over the somewhat Suey Dinners .s..s.

Royal American shows, one of the antiquated methods used In ? f
finest carnivals on the road Mana- Shamrock.The I in delicious y ,

ger Streider said. Sopwith boat,will ,undoubtedlybe ORIENTAL STYLE _: CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY 3

of I metal, and she will surely have
TRANSIENT CAM! S NOT the latest devices below decks to
TO BE VACATION RESORTS trim sails to the exact angle now call :;%: Phone 333 i

ed for in what might be termed ,the
Tallahassee, Nov. 3 (FNS:?)-The "aeronautical era" of, sailing. Racing WATANABE HOTELMrs. !
four transient concentration camps skippers now realize that sail trim- DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH ;

to be set up in, 'Florida this winter ming by eye alone is wasteful of F. R. Maxwell, Prop. ?

will not be vacation resort for energy. Today yacht -are, rigged, and YII.

"bums". sails are trimmed with the help of .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:<<..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ........................................................................................................'....r. .....""-,...........e..A.-.A.. ,. .!W-\. ......
The Federal Relief. Administrationhas men skilled In aeronautics. The
issued instructions to the State mainsail of the 'modern yacht is so -
emergency Relief organization In arranged that it simulates, as far as

charge of the state camps, that they possible, not only the pushing ef- \ > "'., .
are to be conducted for worthy per- fect of the under side of the airplane

sons only. Selective employment, as wing but also the tractor effect LET ,
jfar as possible, will be provided for which is found on the upper side of US V YOUR CAR
"sty&sients until they have earned a flying wing and which operates by :
enough to pay their way home. suction.

The transient problem in Floridais Perhaps the Sopwith yacht will \

expected to be especially acute during not win, but the chances are that she ,, .
the winter months, when severe will give a better account of herself \- ..,
weather conditions in the north dirve next summer than has previouslybeen I
many unemployed persons south to credited to a challengar in overa
escape colder climates.A quarter century.
recent survey of transients made ts

in Jacksonville! revealed persons The dates for the annual Motor
from many walks of life in search of Boat Show have been announced by

honest employment. Secretary Ira Hand of the National
The ,State Relief Administrationwill Association of Engine and Boat
shortly have transient camp in Manufacturers. The doors of Grand jPr
We'11wipe your whd.hield.Bykeeping We'll check radiator
your and fill
operation at Jacksonville, Pensacoli, Central Palace, New York City, will a clean windshield you'll avoid the Y it. Keep your radiator full at all e
Miami and Tampa to care for the dangers of glaring hghti at night times and avoid< the danger of k ?
swing open for the first rush of it'll make your driving a lot safer overheating. .
needs of deserving persons.In boat fans on the evening of Friday "

January 19th, and will close Saturday ...
Tenina, Wash., D. M. Major the 27th.
publisher, justice of the peace, pub- "" Toy
Most of the boat exhibits, as wellas
lished this advertisement his
a few of the heavier engines, will
be placed upon the main floor. The
Marry a. poor girl engines and lighter boats will go on -
And settle down the mezzanine while the accessories,
,t i Marry a rich girl as usual will occupy the entire
: and settle up. floor.
We do the job artistically.

.:: Major & Co., hitchers. To superchange or not to super-
ttt1'yiI We'll check your tire.and inflate them We'll check your oil and report it* hd;! ,.'
hear Uncle Wash I'-I to the proper preiture.By keeping your condition to you. Keep your crank 'Y '' s %
said Doc-
Y tire. always properly inflated you'll Y case filled with any of Gulf', good: y
tor Brown "that all your folks have sent. Some of the sportsmen inter- lengthen their life:ei much 01 20%, motor oil* and your car will run
the' itch.. ested in the class ask that the rulesbe better and)kit longer. i iQ.DIVE -

"Yes.suh, Doctah," replied the old changed so the engines can be
darky, "Do good Lawd has done superchanger. Others, including Geo- IN TODA 6ULF-LUBE ZBIhMORE
'flicted de-al dat way." rge Rels present holder of the cup, Y\ @ MILEAGE j
"And are you doing anything for Insist that the engines be left as at
it, uncle?" present even though the maximum '. "
"Oh, yas suh, Doctah, yas suh." possible speed for the size of cylinder .,' .
"What are you doin?" is not obtained.Superchanging \ THAT GOOD CUlF QA*:! -
"Why suh, Doctah, we-all Is scrat- if you are not familiar That Good Gulf Gasoline : NOW LUBRICATED
shin,' suh," with the term, is a process by i

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CLrtit'r3t0\IvtVS -", FRIDAY:NOVEMBETI..S .1U3;! ,
FOUR: _. : :
""\- -
j -
GOV. PRESENTS ,PLAN FOR, RE- Mr. Campbell moved with,.his_family __- and county licenses -are collected,'
OF STATED LAND ':" : Moore Hrav n about two years county assessors an'd collectors"will l
..' ', ..... '
.- .. .. ago and up -until-the middle of the hot receive ,the:. ,.$250,000. ( :per:yeai:
(Continued from page 1) ?" ummer- operated a' restaurant .in paid the' officers of the 67 counties

tatlon. The contemplated program the Jepson..building.which, ,he',gave"'upo by the state ,for collecting state taxes
embracing 2,000,000' acres -'-effects 'take a stt'on"'Wlth( 'the:government I and licenses Comptroller J. M. Lee
only land now under state control .. : engineers. For the past few told the tax collectors in session 'in
months he has ,been :working at Pa- Jacksonville today.
because of non-payment .of ,taxes.
would, be acquired by the state hoke only coming home on week The comptroller did not say so-
through payment of the _delinquenttaxta wca y ends.' He was a' member of the Maso- but the outlook is "no work, no pay.:"

tq: the 'cohnt1es\ and" 'taxingdistricts : \ nic lodge and of' the Baptist i> church, The state pays county officers ou'tof
with. funds'obtained from aking--an active interest inr theworkof the general fund and the state

the public works administration.The both orgaaizatlons.Deceased I has no ad valorem tax levy for general -

program, as planned, would en- ('ls survived by his.widow. fund, so no' matter how'much, state -
tail an expenditure of $8 000,000. and two little daughters Joan and and county real estate tax the collectors 'fl

Trustees are making application for Patricia. The family accompanied get, they do not put any
such a loan to the federal public III t r the body to Missouri. money Into the "pay off pot" unless

works administration, the money to I The sympathy of all is extended they collect intangible taxes and li

be repaid through sale of lumber to the bereaved family. censes.

and forestry products, and possibly I

through ultimate sale, of some of the FLORIDA LEADS IN LETTING "Here, boy," saM the wealthy mo

lands. OF N. R. A. CONTRACTS torist. "I want some gasoline, and
Fred C. Elliot, engineer for the I please get a move on! You'll never
A $1. 00 Dinner 4
trustees, stated that preliminaryplans .for Tallahassee, Nov. 3 (FNS)-C..:,B., get anywhere In the world unless you
called for dividing the state push. Push is essential. When I was
Treadway, chairman of the State
into 10 forest districts with 200,000 don't have to be an in Arctic Salmon Salad: Remove Road Department announcedthat young I''' pushed and that got me
acres ,of land suitable for reforesta- YOU to translate a dollar skin and bones -from one-half of has where I am."
bill into four delicious din a 1-pound can of salmon, and approximately 40 percent of the
tion in each district. "
ners. All you need is the dollar flake. Add the contents of an 8- state's original allotment of $5,321 "Well guv-nor, replied the boy
The trustees have applied to the bill, and four people to eat the ounce can of peas which have 834 provided by the federal govern- "we ain't got a drop of gas In the

public works administration for dinners-and this latter need been drained, and one cup of cold ment to be expended on roads has place, so I reckon you'll have to push
$494,000, the first quota of the fund won't be hard to fill, for very cooked spaghetti whic has been been covered In contracts thus far again;; !"
that will be sought. This amount delicious dinners can be bought cut in small pieces. Add one let. The contracts
amount to $2,129-
would be used to start reforestation I today-with a dollar. Here is one tablespoon lemon juice and one 219. Highbrows who like big names for
which you will want to clip and tablespoon to onefourthcup
work on a unit of 190. 000 acres in. capers and those who disliked -
try: of mayonnaise and fold light. These figures give Florida first simple things,
three tracts ly into the fish. Chill in refrig- place among ten southern states, in the last rhyme to "pelican" in
Vegetable Soup 18# erator trays for an hour (not percentage of contracts awarded under that famous verse about that simple
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Arctic Salmon Salad 27{ long enough to freeze) and' serve the national recovery road pro- bird, will be interested in Ed Lambright's y
Cucumber Molded in Lime on crisp lettuce leaves. little c
Gelatin 10 gram allotments. Florida also madea \
Hot Buttered Strinyless Beans: bird the alcatraz
wonderful is
A ,
(Continued from page Two Hot Buttered Stringless Beans 12# Putthe contents of a No. 2 can otstringless greater percentage of increase In
the brethren: And:: they wrote lettersby Bran Muffins 15? 0 beans in a sauce pan. contracts awarded in the last month He is famed in song. story and
them after this manner; The Fruit Ice 9# Lady Fingers 6$ Add one tablespoon butter; Allowto than any'of, the other* nine states. jazzHe-
Apostles and elders and brethren Demi-tasse 3# simmer for ten minutes. has room In his maw

send greetings unto the brethren For a string of fish, raw
which are of the Gentiles in Antioch But we can't see how In hell he
and Syria and Cilicia. Forasmuch as has.
we have heard that certain which Rural Common Sense } s/w/joL; ;;
Jacksonville, Nov 3 (FNSUn- (P. S. Alcatraz is the name of
went out from us have troubled you
less the intangible taxes are levied U. S. Prison island, and means peli-
with words, subverting your souls, 3
and collected and unless the state wn.).
saying, Ye must be circumcised, and the opening of the sea-
keep the law: to whom we gave no FLORIDA LEARN TO son and the first few bring good

such commandment: It seemed good CONSIDER COMMON: GOOD? prices, but the inevitable reaction '
unto us, being assembled with one sets in and Florida fruit is a drugon -- -

accord, to send chosen men unto you Will Florida citrus growers ever the market for a while. Prices ob- QUICK.. .
with our beloved Barnabas and Paul, tained for Florida fruit for several .
learn to stand together for the common CLEAN. 11E. J-
men that have hazarded their lives months are depressed and the industry .
good? It begins to appear rather
for the name of our Lord Jesus suffers as a consequence. The
doubtful and discouraging.The .
Christ. We have sent therefore Judas income from Florida citrus Is reduced LOW-COST.
and Silas, who shall also tell you present citrus crop is a good when it should be held high.

the same things by mouth. For it example. Last year only 86 cars of The green fruit laws are adminis-

seemed good to the Holy Ghost and citrus had been shipped from Floridaby tered as best they can be. The trou-

to us, to lay upon you no greater the middle of October, and this ble seems to ,be that some fruit will Coleman!

burden than these necessary things: year over 700 have rolled. Com- pass? the test when "it is still far from ,

That ye abstain from meats offeredto plaints are being received on all sides being of good quality. On the, other I o >' > Radiant Heater

idols, and from blood, and from that the Florida fruit, particularly hand, some fruit is of good quality u.
things strangled, and from fornica- grapefruit, being shipped out is not before it passes the -test.

tion: from which if ye keep yourselves of the quality or maturity it should Laws do not seem to be the re- 2i2 Instant-Gas4: : i 16

ye shall do well. Fare ye well. te. medy. Citrus growers should stand

So when they; were dismissed, they Florida fruit generally is the best together in a determination not to

came to Antioch: and when they had citrus fruit to be obtained. It should market any fruit until it is of good Lights Instantly .

gathered the multitude together, they enjoy a super and unblemished quality of which all can be proud. It .
delivered tlie epistles: Which when reputation on every; market where it will bring the cash customers back I Just Like Gas '

they had read,, they rejoiced for the Is sold. It should'-'sell better as the for more Florida fruit, instead of
This new and improved
consolation. season progresses than at the begin- sending them away saying they will
According to statements of Peter, ning, due to the fact that customersfind have none of it. Coleman Heater gives you

Paul and 'Barnabas, God's will had I out its good qualities. But, sad' This will be difficult of accompIUshment Model No. 16 instant gas heat at the touchof

been shown through his dealings to relate, this is not the 'case. Car-' but if it is ever realized, it a match! Radiates an

with men. Though opposers might insist I loads of green fruit are rushed to I will be well worth while. abundance of fresh, health
that one could not be saved unless -
ful heat. Portable use it
he kept the Mosaic Law, thei 40
anywhere. Makes and burns
plain facts were that many Gentiles broom. Repeat if necessary. After- there was one dead duck In the boat 17
.:. had been marvelously saved and wards sponge with ammonia and but no fish. Price its own gas. Costs less than -'
kept without keeping the law, and water. 1$an hour to operate.
i When he failed to show up at the Only I
therefore the Judaistic position was Remove Wall Paper StainsTo
false. Such logic was unanswerable remove grease and oil stains appointed hour Mr. Moore felt no

The: question involved was whetheror from wall paper, fold a piece of blot concern for it was rumored that sev- SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALERTHE

not the whole Mosaic Law was ting paper, and in the fold spread eral fishing parties were out and
binding on Gentile Christians."It pipe clay or French chalk. Stitch or it was thought that he might have COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANYWICHITA

seemed good unto us, having pin the edges together to keep the joined one of them, but after making KANS. PHILADELPHIA,PA.
come to one accord." Christians I chalk from falling out. Apply' a hot several trips back during he after- CHICAGO. ILL, LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (..1138*

should be unanimous in their decis- iron; taking care not to scorch the noon and not, finding him the alarm: s os.

ions. This does not mean that con_ ,paper. Change the blotter paper occasionally was spread about dark. J. F. McLure

object scientious, but objecters it means should that a cease churs1 to, with a fresh, and iron., if necessary; repeat and ment F.motor A. Flandersin boat found the a body govern-In II.................................................................................................................................................................................1'.. -

for Instance, should not express its the drifting boat near the mouth of
Or make thick of
a paste powdered y
sentiments until, under its rules, it pipe clay or French chalk and the canal about ten o'clock and towed Y hY
can move as a unit. ."To choose out the boat back to ,the Matusiak
}apply it to the spot with a brush. I
and send them unto with ,\V place without disturbing the '
men you body.
Let it remain until dry. Then brush
our beloved Barnabas and Paul.! Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, County JudgeR. !
(off and repeat if necessary.ACCIDENTAL CLEWISTON GOLF
How much is added to the message 'I C., Vorhees, R. L. Golden, Justiceof
by the word, "beloved". Most of us the Peace, and Dr. D. M. Draughnwere s.

are too cold to express our feelings notified and after an examination I
of affection. A single word of love GUN were unanimous in declaringthat } -i I
will do to cement bond OIBJ :
more a / death had been caused by accidental ifl HtH HtHt
all the logic in the books. SHOT IS FATALTO shooting' The position of the :

body in the boat indicated that he '
LITTLE HOUSEHOLD JOBS had been sitting in the stern of the ::

J. T. CAMPBELL small row-boat fishing when he saw .. .. ::.:
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Drawers That Stick something he wanted to shoot. The ''
Now is the time of remedy the gun, of hammer type was lying y 0'l
bureau drawers that stick. If it is Moore Hvven Democrat across the center seat 'with the muzzle y y I
not quite dry when returned to its One of the saddest accidents that toward him. Apparently seizingthe Y -j=

place, you will discover the spot that,!has occured here in many years took muzzle of the gun with his right y I

in damp weather is likely to swell ,]place Sunday on Lake Hicpochee hand he drew it toward him and the

and make trouble. Take a piece of when J. T. Campbell, an employee of hammers were cocked as the gun was I_: Open to the PublicModerate .I:t:
common yellow soap moisten it, and the U. S. Engineers, was killed by drawn across the seat. One barrel

rub freely the parts which are too the accidental discharge of the shot- was discharged; the shot taking effect

tight. Also soap under the part of the gun he had taken with him on a fish- in his hand and right side rang- Y Y I

drawer where it slides Or, apply a ing trip. He was alone and his body ing toward the heart. The shell In s

tallow candle. Or rub the parts free- was not discovered until about 'ten the other barrel showed a slight indentation s.s

ly with bacon rind. The soap how- o'clock Sunday night. as though the hammer had '' .:.
ever, is likely to effect the more He had started out about seven not been drawn back far enough to y: .

I permanent cure. o'clock Sunday morning, County Tax fire the shell. It is believed that :t ty
I To Clean Mattresses, Collector J. P. Moore taking him out death was Instantaneous and the accident -
' Stains on mattresses may be removed the canal road to the residence of happened sometime before

I' by covering them with dry ,,John Matusiak where he borrowed a noon. :: Green Fees :s:;

laundry starch and moistening this boat. He had planned to fish in the The body was brought to town :

I' with enough soap or soap jelly canal and around the edge of the I about midnight Sunday and packed :i: Exceptional Fairways ::::
(made by melting scraps of hard lake near the canal and return about in ice until it could be cared for by

I soap in about their own hulk of boiling ten o'clock that morning when Mr. undertakers. The Everglades Funeral :.;:. Interesting GreensV'VM. *

! water) to form a thin paste, Moore was to meet him at the M tu- Home, of Pahokee :'prepared J the s.Y I .

' which will dry on, but not soak siak place. Thinking that he might body for shipment Tuesday. to his .y.. ,, I
1 through into the mattress. Let dry'[see!! some ducks on the lake he took'his old home in Branson, Missouri where .!.

and brush off with a stiff whisk shot . . . . . .
? gun along. When found I it will be laid to rest. I. .. .. .. .
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